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The “Growth is Good” Lie

I’m going to comment on the article “The doom-loop of a falling fertility rate” by Damon Linker in The Week. Growth is good. On that, most of us agree. What a ridiculous premise. Our out of control population growth has … Continue reading

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People’s Party Still Being Smeared as Hateful

I’m going to comment on a CBC opinion piece “Why the People’s Party of Canada election result shouldn’t be underestimated“, written by two academics, one the director of Landscapes of Injustice at the University of Victoria, the other the director … Continue reading

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Social Justice Campus Minister Fails to Understand Jesus

Brandi Miller, writing for the Huffington Post, claims Jeff Sessions Has Got The Bible All Wrong. Does she get it right? Since October 2017, at least 2,700 children have been separated from their families as the result of the Trump … Continue reading

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My Answers to Huff Post’s 10 Questions for Conservatives

For the record, I fall in the center of the political spectrum, and identify most closely with libertarians. Here are the Huffington Post’s 10 Questions for Conservatives and my answers to them. 1. As opponents of “big government,” why do … Continue reading

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Milo’s 12 Steps to Destroy the Alt Right

Mr. Yiannopoulos is at it again, giving his opponents a guide to destroying the very movement he’s a part of. Actually, he is proclaiming what he believes the Alt Right is against. Here’s the video; I’ll summarise the steps below, … Continue reading

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Synopsis of “Crippled America”

I just finished Donald Trump’s latest book, “Crippled America”, where he lays out the platform of his presidential campaign. If you’ve seen his debate performances and interviews, there isn’t a whole lot of new material in the book, but it … Continue reading

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